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After Mumbai, Cyber Futuristics Targets Bangalore & Ahmedabad

After opening their new office in Mumbai last month, Cyber Futuristics today announced opening of their new offices in Bangalore and Ahmedabad.

Sep 20 2013, 1:06pm CDT | by PR.com

Bengaluru, India, September 20, 2013 --(PR.com)-- After opening their new office in Mumbai last month, Cyber Futuristics today announced opening of their new offices in Bangalore and Ahmedabad. Continuing their steady growth in Data Center and Website Hosting industry, this new announcement has been well received by the industry veterans and market watchers.

Data Center is a $1 billion market inside India right, and it is growing at a pace of more than 20% annually. With domestic market being the primary consumer of this incredible growth story, organizations such as Cyber Futuristics are consistently infusing capex and operational support to sustain this growth.

Cyber Futuristics already has more than 25,000 Square Feet of Data Center space in India, managing 30,000 global customers. This new development of launching their operations in Bangalore and Ahmedabad will certainly be a boost in their overall growth trajectory and plans.

Speaking on this latest development, Mr. Anuj Bairathi, CEO of Cyber Futuristics said, “We already are a formidable force in North India. Our recent decision to start operations in Mumbai was made so that our positioning and reach within Western India and South India strengthens. Ahmedabad will certainly make us more powerful in Western India. Mumbai along with Bangalore will help us to reach our goals for targeting South Indian market as well.”

When asked on how Cyber Futuristics will help organizations and businesses in these cities, he said, "We have more than 12 years of experience in delivering cutting edge infrastructural platform to some of the largest companies all over the world. We can help our customers and partners to innovate, build smarter business, and overcome their competitors with the help of our technological knowhow and strategic decisions."

The new offices in Bangalore and Ahmedabad would be currently utilized for serving their existing customers and reaching out to new clients and partners. Their Sales, Administrative and Customer Care departments would roll out operations from these new centers by first week of September.

For more information about their company, you can visit their website: CyFuture.com & Go4Hosting.com. The addresses of the new offices in Bangalore and Ahmedabad are provided below.

Bengaluru:
Cyber Futuristics India Pvt Ltd,
Akshaya Commercial Complex,
2nd Floor , No. 26/16 Victoria Road,
Austin Town. Bengaluru -560047
Ahmedabad:
Cyber Futuristics India Pvt Ltd,
F-402 Titanium City Center,
l00 ft Road, Anand Nagar,
Satelite. Ahmedabad - Gujarat 380015

Contact Information:
cyfuture Pvt. Ltd.
Sanjay Tripathi
1800 212 2022
Contact via Email
www.cyfuture.com
Cyber Futuristics India Pvt Ltd,
Akshaya Commercial Complex,
2nd Floor , No. 26/16 Victoria Road,
Austin Town. Bengaluru -560047

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